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07-29-2012, 06:23 PM #16
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We check all food labels for aspartame and other baddies, no mushrooms, I can live without. is gluten free bread a nono too?
07-29-2012, 06:30 PM #17
Octo Mother Superior
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Yes I think it's in your best interest to stay away from bread. I do have some recipes on grain free bread if you're into baking, very filling and delicious.

This is our favorite:

No grain bread:

One batch will make 6-12 depending on the size. Make a double batch, you'll want it.

30 g (½ dl) flax seeds
30 g (½ dl) almonds
10 g (1 tbsp) sesame seeds
5 g (1 tbsp) psyllium seed husks
2 eggs
2 tbsp melted (clarified) butter
½ tsp salt
cumin seeds

Put the dry ingredients in a mixer or food processor and start mixing. Add the melted butter and the whipped up eggs and stir everything together. It'll thicken up in no time. Put about a tablespoon of the dough on a baking sheet and flatten them out pretty thin. Wet your fingers in cold water to flatten them, the dough is really sticky. I made mine about 5 mm thick. Also sprinkled some cumin seeds on top. Bake in the oven for 20-25 minutes in150C depending on how soft or crispy you want them. Longer if you want really crispy. I found 25 minutes was perfect for me.

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07-29-2012, 06:33 PM #18
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Unfortunately, it's not the gluten it's the wheat, rye or what have you. Grains are the culprit. A couple of things I left out, no tomatoes of any kind and fruit is a big no no. Full of fructose candida loves it, tomatoes have high acidity AND fructose, so they are the double whammy. Tomato sauce is even worse, it's concentrated.
Basically you are on a caveman diet. Eat as much meat, nuts (no peanuts) berries and veggies as you can.
You are going to start feeling better within a couple weeks, you'll also love the fact you can eat as much as you want and drop any excess pounds without even trying.
One real positive thing Athena, you can have beer! yay.gif beercheer.gif It's the only form of grain candida does not like!

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07-29-2012, 10:21 PM #19
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(07-29-2012, 06:33 PM)JayRodney Wrote:  Unfortunately, it's not the gluten it's the wheat, rye or what have you. Grains are the culprit. A couple of things I left out, no tomatoes of any kind and fruit is a big no no. Full of fructose candida loves it, tomatoes have high acidity AND fructose, so they are the double whammy. Tomato sauce is even worse, it's concentrated.
Basically you are on a caveman diet. Eat as much meat, nuts (no peanuts) berries and veggies as you can.
You are going to start feeling better within a couple weeks, you'll also love the fact you can eat as much as you want and drop any excess pounds without even trying.
One real positive thing Athena, you can have beer! yay.gif beercheer.gif It's the only form of grain candida does not like!
OMG we have bluberries, raspberries, i love bananas. we grow tomatoes, can i have sweet peppers? grow them too. berries have fructose?? what about wine? don't think i am going to like this. wtf2.gif
07-29-2012, 10:44 PM #20
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No I can tell you right now you're not going to like it. Yes berries have sugars in them, but in moderation you should eat them as it is the season and they have a multitude of healthy benefits. Bananas I'd stay away from.

Peppers are all good and I think you can have some wine too although it's not advised.

Also want to add that a candida overgrowth is not necessarily your problem, but you'd be hard pressed to find a doctor who even knows what that is. Just sounds like it by the way you say your body changed its way in handling insect bites. Means something changed in you, so I think it's a fairly reasonable assumption.

If you decide to go on a diet and you do have candida albicans overgrowth you'll feel pretty bad the first few days as it starts dying off and you get rid of it. Hang in there though, it'll be worth it.

07-29-2012, 10:56 PM #21
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(07-29-2012, 10:44 PM)Octo Wrote:  No I can tell you right now you're not going to like it. Yes berries have sugars in them, but in moderation you should eat them as it is the season and they have a multitude of healthy benefits. Bananas I'd stay away from.

Peppers are all good and I think you can have some wine too although it's not advised.

Also want to add that a candida overgrowth is not necessarily your problem, but you'd be hard pressed to find a doctor who even knows what that is. Just sounds like it by the way you say your body changed its way in handling insect bites. Means something changed in you, so I think it's a fairly reasonable assumption.

If you decide to go on a diet and you do have candida albicans overgrowth you'll feel pretty bad the first few days as it starts dying off and you get rid of it. Hang in there though, it'll be worth it.
I have been on this diet, apart from bananas and just started on glutin free bread, need to cut that out. ordered liquorice powder, going for it, thank you both again, if you learn anything else please pm me.



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07-29-2012, 11:30 PM #22
Octo Mother Superior
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Will do! And feel free to ask anything. hug.gif
07-30-2012, 09:45 AM #23
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(07-29-2012, 10:44 PM)Octo Wrote:  .../ you'd be hard pressed to find a doctor who even knows what that is. /...


Incredibly heavy inertia in the shitstem.

My uncle - the gods rest his soul -
was on the barricades about candida
back in the late 70's/early 80's already...
seems absolutely nothing has changed.
07-30-2012, 10:59 AM #24
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Thank you for the alternative bread, I will give it a go once I find all the ingredients. Glad I can have beer. xx
07-30-2012, 11:25 AM #25
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Well it would be awfully boring if you had to leave out beer. cheers.gif
07-30-2012, 02:58 PM #26
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Ordered the ingredients on line, so will shortly be eating your bread, thought I would use cashews instead of almonds, I don't care for them, do you think that will work?
07-30-2012, 03:07 PM #27
Octo Mother Superior
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I don't see why cashews wouldn't work, you can always try. I doubt you'll ruin them. Although I have to say you'd never know the bread has almonds in it, you can't taste it at all.

I also used the same recipe (without the salt and cumin) for a sweet version cookie. Just added some stevia, cocoa powder and chopped hazelnut. Yum! I made a version with maple syrup and freeze dried strawberries too so you can absolutely experiment with the recipe.
07-30-2012, 03:11 PM #28
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Honestly, she's right... you cant taste the almonds at all. I wouldn't do the maple syrup thing either, tried it and dealt with 4 days of symptoms.

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07-30-2012, 03:16 PM #29
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Sounds good, will give it a go, no maple syrup, I don't like it anyway.
07-30-2012, 03:30 PM #30
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It seems like it's more hardcore of a diet than it actually is. I truly enjoy it, and I feel so much better. Candida amplifies sensitivity to everything, Kreeper and I were on inhalers for asthma before starting this diet. I haven't touched mine in half a year.
I also used to have horrible golf ball size whelps and burning with mosquito bites, I even got nauseated from it, now they barely phase me.

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